Zamalek: The Football Association’s decision wastes the efforts of clubs and violates the principle of equal opportunities


Ziad Al Mirghani

Posted on: Tuesday, August 10, 2021 – 12:10 AM | Last update: Tuesday, August 10, 2021 – 12:49 AM

Amr Adham, a member of the committee in charge of managing the Zamalek club, spoke about the Egyptian League before the end of its rounds this season.

Adham said in statements to the Match program presented by the media, Hani Hathout, on the Sada Al-Balad screen, “The league scene is confused by all standards. There is no equivalent.”

He continued, “You have thus wasted the opportunity of a club that could have remained in a better position than Al-Ittihad. Al-Ittihad could win the Zamalek ball and stumble after that. The Football Association’s list represents a waste of the efforts of other clubs.”

He added, “All that concerns me as Zamalek club is that I will be focused in my career in the last rounds of the league. If I win my matches, I will have a great opportunity to win the league and decide my position by qualifying for the African Champions League.”

Adham concluded his statements, “I have 5 matches with 15 points. The league may end in another arrangement at the end of the competition. We failed all the effort and failed with a momentary decision in a match to save a situation that resulted in many delays.”


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